Project Night Worker (Relief)
Location: Ty Ogwr, Bridgend
Salary: £9.06 per hour
Expires: 17/05/2021 23:59

We are looking for a Relief Project Night Worker who is seeking a rewarding job providing overnight housing management services to maintain the security of our facilities.

The ideal candidate will be capable of organising their own work load and will be able to work in a non-judgment and equal manner, however full training and support is provided with this role. This role will be based in our Ty Ogwr site on Coity Road, Bridgend and use of a car is essential.

This is a permanent role working a variety of hours and shifts covering periods of annual leave and sickness

Benefits

  • £9.06 per hour
  • Full induction and training programme
  • Paid training
  • Fully paid DBS checks

Where you’ll be working

Hafod Care provides accommodation and housing-related support for a wide range of people with varying levels of support needs. We pride ourselves on our ability to offer the specialist help and support they need. Many of the people we house and support find it difficult to maintain a tenancy independently. We are well equipped to offer the help and support people need in order to maximise their independence.

Opportunities for development

Through our academi we provide a range of learning and development opportunities to support you on your learning journey with us. We offer development opportunities for every stage of your career. From technical training to leadership development we have a range of programmes.

Next steps

If you would like further information about this opportunity please contact Caitlin Marks on caitin.marks@hafod.org.uk

If you are interested in applying for this role, please click 'Apply' and you will be diverted to our recruitment platform. To apply for this role, you are required to submit an application form.

Closing date: Monday 17 May 2021

If successful for this role a DBS check will be required. 

Hafod reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received. Therefore, we encourage early applications to ensure consideration.

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